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Changes in Temperature

Blog entry posted by Annettep77, May 3, 2013.

Does change in temperature affect the severity of your symptoms of ME? We've had hotter than normal weather suddenly for a week; I'm wondering if this change is contributing to how much worse I feel.
Thanks.
  1. jimells
    I'm also sensitive to both heat and cold. This seems to be quite common. I wear thermal underwear from October thru April - basically anytime the outdoor temp is below 45 degrees F.

    I have found my body temperature is all over the place, like my B.P. and heartrate. Sometimes I can't get warm. Frequently I have night sweats. These symptoms are improving as I continue with the "Simplified Methylation Protocol".
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  2. Lotus97
    I tend to be sensitive to both hot and cold.